World Beauty Oils Market Explored by Canadean in New Cutting-edge Research Study Published at MarketPublishers.com
18 Feb 2016 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Consumer interest is heightened by the use of novel and impressive oil types within the oil-based beauty & grooming product segment. The appearance and abundance of exotic oils like argan oil from Morocco in the recent past has driven up this demand, with even more pressure put on brands to source progressively unfamiliar, far flung oils that can offer a vast scope of beauty benefits.
Nowadays, consumers are increasingly uncomplying and demanding in their drive for natural solutions in food & beverages and in the personal care marketplaces. So termed ‘natural’ beauty oils are well-positioned to capitalise on the aforementioned sentiment.
Goldfaden MD, Kiehl's, The Body Shop, Perfecta Beauty, Too Cool for School, Dove, Sonia Kashuk, L'Oreal, Alterna, Ustraa, Beauty Bay, Yves Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani and Pacifica Natural Skincare are the dominant players in the market.
New cutting-edge report “Opportunities in Beauty Oils; Exploring consumer attitudes, drivers, innovation, and actions” elaborated by Canadean casts light on the use of ‘natural’ oils in a slew of beauty formulations, alongside giving insights into the potential of this extremely popular trend. The study discusses leading consumer and innovation trends that have a bearing on the beauty oils market, limelights key innovation implications for beauty brands, presents a detailed picture of consumers’ attitudes toward beauty oils by region. The research report offers a granular analysis of the drivers which are helping natural oils gain traction across the beauty universe. The study provides the best examples of innovation and also contains valuable recommendations for the brands operating in the market on a global scale.
Opportunities in Beauty Oils; Exploring consumer attitudes, drivers, innovation, and actions
Published: February, 2016
Price: US$ 1,450.00
More reports by the publisher can be found at Canadean page.